Looking at the art of Christine Sefolosha one is im¬mediately drawn into the cycle of life, from womb to earth, from animal to man, from waking life to the dream sate, from the poetry of the paraphysical to the brutal reality of nature’s way. Peering at unforeseen juxtapositions of life and death, of the paradox of omnipresent fragility and force, we are a little uneasy, a bit confused, confronted as we are with the harsh, unsentimental truth of our existence. Moved by the startlingly beauty of these primal images, and by the rush of feelings and associations that fill us, we know instinctively and wholeheartedly, that we are in the presence of a master artist, seer and storyteller. Annie Carlano, Conservateur en chef, Senior Curator at the
Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.